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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

My gym plans were derailed yesterday with a sick husband. I was afraid to leave him alone at home while I went to the gym, so I met my step goal walking through the house. 8,000 steps basically walking from one end of the house to the other. My husband felt a little better today so I ran a few errands and returned home to watch my dearly loved MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDAWGS win our bowl game. While the game was on, I once again got my steps in, this time walking in the den while I watched the game. I rode the old rickety stationary bike when the other team was on offense. I did jumping jacks, lunges, calf raises, and squats during commercials. And I jumped up and down and yelled, "HAIL STATE!" for every BULLDAWG 1st down, touchdown, PAT, field goal, and interception. Glad that my husband is feeling better today because he would not have gotten too much peace and quiet during the game. Also, while I have been stuck on 160 lbs for two weeks, my waist size has decreased by 3 inches!!!!! HAIL STATE!!!!!!!
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    Thanks, Rainbow, for your comment. Nope, never a cheerleader. At 6'0 tall, I didn't quite fit in the cheerleader mold. I was an athlete. I played every sport that my small school would allow a girl to play. I love my MSTATE BULLDOGS though and it does not matter if I am in attendance at the game, in my house, at the airport, wherever... I am jumping up and down and and screaming when they play. Thanks, again for commenting!
    1932 days ago
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    I hope you did not wear a hole in the carpet with all those steps!! Well done though. All that jumping about during the game made me laugh, were you ever a cheerleader? 3 inches off your waist already is phenomenal!!!! emoticon
    1932 days ago
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